Question about Hobart N50 Stand Mixer
A lot of times while using the mixer, the ingredients can work their way up the beaters and make their way into the gear section where the beaters attach. This can happen especially when mixing bread dough, cookie batter or any dense or heavy ingredients and this could slow down the speed of the mixer.
Refer to owner's manuals when fixing an electric mixer.. it could be that the appliance isn't getting the proper voltage. Test the mixer using a voltmeter. If the mixer is getting the proper voltage, it could be that one of the gears are worn out mixers have additional gears around the motor that need to be repaired before touching the motor.
Finally check the motor for faults,If the motor is faulty it has to be completely replaced.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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